Pianist Randall Frieling maintains a busy schedule as a performer and teacher. He received his undergraduate degree from Calvin College in Grand Rapids and his Master's Degree from the Indiana University Jacob’s School of Music. He completed his Doctorate at Ball State University. He holds membership in the Association of Disciple Musicians, the Presbyterian Association of Musicians, the American Guild of Organists and the Music Teachers National Association.
Frieling has performed throughout the United States and Europe as a soloist and accompanist. He has served as the accompanist for the summer program of the American Boy Choir in Princeton, New Jersey as well as the accompanist for the Anderson University Chorale. He has accompanied for the Indiana Choral Directors Association, the Association of Disciple Musicians and the Long Island Choral Festival and Institute, working with conductors Tim Seelig, Joe Miller, Joseph Flummerfelt and Anton Armstrong. He has made concerto appearances with the Anderson Symphony, Carmel Symphony, Indianapolis “Orkestra Projekt” and Columbus Pro Musica Orchestras. He has performed on PBS televised broadcasts and was featured by Indiana Public Radio on Backstage Indiana. In March, 2010 Frieling accompanied the National Honors Choir at Carnegie Hall and has been asked to return for the festival in the Spring of 2011.
After a performance in Louisville, Kentucky, internationally renowned pianist Maurice Hinson said "Frieling is absolutely superb... a formidable virtuoso with a breadth of artistic equipment that is used in the most musical manner."
Frieling is Music Director and Organist at Central Christian Church, pianist for St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Indianapolis and a Professor of Music and University Organist at Anderson University where his duties include teaching piano, organ, class piano and accompanying.
Randall Frieling has been at Anderson University since 1989.
Professor of Music
B.A., Calvin College
M.M., Indiana University
D.A., Ball State University